Petsas: 300,000 doses of coronavirus vaccine in January

The first doses of the coronavirus vaccine that will come to Greece in January will be only 300,000. This was stated by the government spokesman, Stelios Petsas .

This means, as Stelios Petsas said, that in January the vaccine will be given to 150,000 citizens.

Specifically, the government spokesman told Parapolitika: “It seems that we will get the vaccines faster, but there will be fewer ones that we will get. “We will get it faster, because it seems that the approval from the European Mechanisms will be given earlier, but we will get less because the whole of Europe will get less, as a result.” It is a strong possibility that we will have the vaccines before the end of the year, noted Stelios Petsas, revealing that the Pfizer vaccines will be 40% of the original design.

As the vaccines that Greece will receive will be less, Stelios Petsas called on the citizens to be especially careful during the holidays so that there is no new outbreak of cases.

He also did not rule out the possibility of tougher measures in areas where cases do not subside or decrease slowly or relapses are observed.

“Every family should have a close circle with which to socialize so that there is no spread of the virus in the community,” he noted.

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